Mac DeMarco is the first ticketed performer announced for SummerStage in Central Park. 

Tickets to SummerStage are up for grabs this week for its newly announced Mac DeMarco concert on Sept. 8.

DeMarco, whose "This Old Dog" hit number one on Billboard's Top Independent Albums chart last year, will perform Sept. 8. Other ticketed performers will be announced throughout the spring, and free shows will be announced in mid-April, according to the City Parks Foundation. 

The psychedelic rock, John Lennon-inspired artist has released three albums and is currently on a world tour, stopping in New York City for SummerStage between stints in D.C. and Colorado.

Last year, Elvis Costello & The Imposters, Yo La Tengo, Regina Spektor, Jadakiss, Def Poets, among others, took the stage.

The pre-sale for DeMarco's show starts Feb. 7, but general tickets go on sale Feb. 9 at 11 a.m. for $45 online. The proceeds make it possible for SummerStage to put on free concerts.

The show on Sept. 8 will be inside Central Park near Fifth Avenue and 69th Street. For more on the concert series, check out cityparksfoundation.org.